Duxbury Coastal Teak launches luxury outdoor furniture line
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, April 18, 2013
HIGH POINT, N.C. - Duxbury Coastal Teak is launching a new line of luxury outdoor furniture at the High Point Market, running April 20-25.
Based in Duxbury, Mass., Duxbury Coastal Teak offers a complete line of high-quality outdoor dining sets, sofas and chairs, chaise loungers, accent tables and accessories, including parasols, storage chests and serving tray sets, sourced from Indonesia. The company is exhibiting in the Salon area of the Suites at Market Square, Space G-6000.
"Duxbury Coastal Teak is a new source for the very best outdoor furnishings," Brendan Kissane said. "We're using premium materials - teak, stainless steel, Batyline mesh and high-quality synthetic wickers - and blending them to create fresh, fashionable designs inspired by coastal lifestyles. Our furniture is built to last and will withstand all of nature's challenges, including temperature extremes, salt air and chlorine."
Featured pieces being introduced this market include:
Dusbury beach chairs
• The Duxbury outdoor dining chairs and loungers combine premium teak with high-tech Batyline mesh seats that come in four colors and are ideal for aggressive environments with chlorine or salt water.
• Maldives, a group of outdoor dining chairs and lounge seating, combines a hand-woven, Viro synthetic weave in a natural, sea gray finish with teak base accents. The wicker is woven loosely for a sophisticated, relaxed look.
Duxbury Cap d'Antibes
• Eze, an outdoor dining group with coordinating chaise lounger in contemporary styling with an architectural-inspired flair. Tables and chairs blend brushed stainless steel with wide planks of weathered teak.
• Porto Cervo is a shapely outdoor conversation group that combines Viro synthetic woven wicker with bases of natural teak. The group includes a sofa, wraparound lounge chairs and two accent tables with an intricate geometric-patterned top treatment.
Duxbury Coastal Teak's line is designed to appeal to both traditional and contemporary outdoor lifestyles. All-teak designs, such as the new Tuckernuck classic dining group, lean toward traditional, while Cap d'Antibes swings more modern with its dramatic mixing of teak, stainless steel, mesh and granite.
Price points are in the upper range, with a typical chair retailing for $500 to $800, tables from $1,000 to $4,000 and chaise loungers from $1,000 to $2,000.
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